The Pentax Espio 115 (aka IQZoom 115) is a superb camera that stands out as one of the most feature-rich offerings in the company's storied line of 35mm point-and-shoots.
Here's how Popular Photography described it June 1993:
Pentax, in the meantime, pushed and poked the envelope still more in the high-end zoom category with the IQZoom 115. This features a 38-115mm f/4-8.5 aspheric-element zoom lens, but unlike Pentax superzooms of the past, with their distinctly zaftig Big Camera look, the IQZoom 115 is smaller than some 35-70mm zoom cameras of just a few years ago.
The 115 uses an SLR-like, six-segment evaluative meter pattern, said to provide highly accurate exposures in extreme lighting conditions, and focuses down to 1½ feet in 741 steps.
Other features include midroll panorama effect with full viewfinder masking, infrared remote control, Bulb, interval timer, viewfinder diopter adjustment, red-eye reduction by pre-flash, multiple exposure, and self-timer. List price is $499USD.
This camera requires a CR123A lithium battery (available as an option).
Condition notes The camera was tested with a battery and film installed and all functions are working well. In addition we verified the camera's true film plane focus accuracy with an autocollimator. The camera and case are in excellent cosmetic condition (see photos).